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Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Believes QB Trade is ‘Unlikely’

The Dallas Cowboys are facing quite a dilemma after Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season. Star quarterback Dak Prescott is out for the season after suffering a season-ending ankle injury. It puts his future in jeopardy as well as the future of the franchise for the rest of this year.

With Prescott out for the season, the team will go with veteran quarterback Andy Dalton under center for the time being. Dallas signed Dalton during the offseason in case of a circumstance like this, but some have wondered whether the Cowboys would make a move to add another quarterback.


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Apparently, team owner Jerry Jones doesn’t foresee the Cowboys adding another quarterback through a trade, according to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.


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Although the main concern for the Cowboys is Dak’s long-term future with his injury potentially being career-threatening, Dalton will have his opportunity to prove he can still be a starter in the NFL. The end of the veteran gunslinger’s stint with the Cincinnati Bengals didn’t go as planned, but he’ll have the ideal second chance with one of the best offenses in the league in Dallas.

If Dalton struggles to fill in for Dalton and Dallas continues to decline this season, the Cowboys could be forced to make a move as the NFC East crown is still in play as long as they have a decent option at quarterback for the rest of the 2020 campaign.

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